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SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON
WOMEN'S LOVELY NEW SILK DRESS
ES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
FORMERLY $16.75, SPECIAL $13.48.
FORMERLY $20.00, SPECIAL $16.48.
FORMERLY $22.50, SPECIAL $18.48.
FORMERLY $25.00, SPECIAL $20.48.
FORMERLY $30.00, SPECIAL $24.48.
FORMERLY $35.00, SPECIAL $28.48.
FORMERLY $55.00, SPECIAL $44.45.
Come prepared to make your selection from our en
tire stock of women’s beautiful silk dresses during these
two days at the above reduced prices. Charming crea
tions of crepe de chine, taffeta, georgette crepe and com
binations of georgette, taffetas, etc. Included are street,
afternoon, party and evening dresses and you’ll find all
the favored colors
— In The —
MOST DESIRABLE COMBINATIONS
— Found At —
CARTER’S MILLINERY PARLORS.
Exclusive Agents for Fisk Patterns of Super-Attras.
MEN FOR CAMPUS DAY
(Continued from page one.)
griff, George Cuaick, Don Dalgleish, Roy
I>avidsonf Frank Davis, Loren Davis,
Quincy Davis, Harold Doxeo, Ralph
(Dresser, Jack Dundore, Henry Kiek
Jioff, Doran Kills, Harris Ellsworth.
Arthur Kl.v, Newton Estes, Raul Far
rington, Don Feenauglity, John Fin
neran, Rruee Flegal, .loin) Flint), Henry
Foster, Horace Foulkes, John Gamble,
Warren Gilbert, M. B. Glieksman, and
Tills eoinmilte will report to Bill
llaseltine in front of the Administra
tion building, at nine o'eloek.
Songstake To Command Builders.
The bridge eonstmotion eommittee is
made up of Cord Songstake. chairman;
Tom Hardy, George Harris, Albert
Hartley, C. S. Flennignn, Leo llertlein,
II. J. Haywood, Charles Holder. Willard
Hollenbeck, Bruce Hollingsworth, liar
lie Holmes, Ralph H d/.man, John Hous
ton, Giles Hunter, Francis Jaeobberger,
Flint Johns, Frank Johnson, Hollis
Johnson, Norris Jones, Ralph Keeler,
John Kellher, John Kennedy, Harold
King, Raymond Koessel, Arnold Koepke.
This committee will report to Cord
Sengstake at the mill race in front
of Villai-<l ttt nine o’clock.
Track to Bo Put In Shape.
The track committee follows: Ivan
Warner, chairman; W. T. Laird, Kob
ert Lees, Henry Legget, Sam Lehman,
Harry Liudley, J. E. Lomax, Edwin
Lind, Richard Lyons, William Lyle,
Lindsay McArthur, Aeie McClain, Tom
McCoy, Lyle McCroskey, Carlton Mc
Eadilen, Robert McNar.v, Elmo Madden,
llarold Mannell, Louis Manned, Richard
Martin, ,). E. Matheson, Charles Mat
hews, Carl Muutz, Vergil Meador, C.
This committee wil meet Ivan War
ner at the athletic field at nine o’clock.
Many To Work On Walk.
The committee for the construction of
the walk west of Villard consists of:
Jack Montague, chairman; (>. M. Mickel
son, ('has. Miller, Kerhv Miller, Henry
Moores, I>ean Moore, John Moore, Mor
ris Morgan, A. T. Morrison, Douglas
Mullarky, Marcus O’Day, Don Oxman,
Ed 1’adden, Dwight l’nrr, W. W. Pat
torson, Levant Cease, Lloyd Perkins,
Curtiss Peterson, Dwight Phipps, Ev
erett Pixley, William Porter, Don Port
wood, Delmer Powers, Earl Powers,
(Jayle Roberts, Abe Rosenberg, Irving
Rowe, tail Knock, Albert Runquist,
Walter Sehade, J. H. Sehnieer, Paul
Scott, Wesley Seaman, Richard Shis,
ler, Martin Siehel, Max Simons, Har
ry Smith, J. tl. Smith, Paul Spangler,
J. V. Springer, Silas Starr, Lloyd j
Stearns, Roy Stickles, Tom Strachan,
Rex Stratton, Lee Sommorvdie, Cyrus
due in Bimueu
Early Departure of Off'cers
for Presidio Will Give
Several Chances for
Interest Centers on Possible
Successors to Couch
Many promotions in the University
battalion will be announced next week,
it is expected, as a result of several
of the present officers leaving for the
Presidio the end of this week. Their
departure means a move-up in the whole
battalion, and it seems safe to judge
will give chances for rapid promotion
for men in the ranks.
The possibility of the acceptance of
the applications of Major Ray Couch
and'Captain Robert Cosgriff is leading
to speculation on who will fill their
places. Captains James Sheehy, Charl
es Comfort, and Henry Eickhoff are in
line for these positions. This will mean,
then, a promotion to captain of the
lieutenants of two of those companies,
and also a promotion in Company A,
if Captain Charles K. Crandall, who has
made application, leaves for camp, too.
Those Who May Succeed.
In Crandall's company, the lieuten
ants in order of seniority, who stand
next below the captain are Oran Jen
kins and Curtiss Peterson. But Jen
kins has also applied, which may leave
the two lieutenancies vacant. Those
who have a chance at the lieutenancy
are, in rank of seniority, Nellis Hamlin,
Douglas Mullarky, Mortimer Brown,
Ned Fowler, and Harry Jamieson. The
corporals in the order of their eligibil
ity to promotion are I. E. Warner,
George W. Taylor, Jack Montague, Hcr
old White, and K. Weigel.
In Company B, Eiekkoff’s Company,
are Lieutenants Herman Lind and
Charles Waugh, sergennts Robert Me
Nary, T. J. Chapman, ,S. II. Carter,
J. J. Leslie, I). S. Dalgleish, and cor
poral Martin Sichel, Paul Spangler,
Thurston Laraway, Dot Medley, Rolin
Woodruff, and Ed Durno. None of
this company have so far made appli
cation, with the exception of a private.
In Shoehy’s Company.
In Captain James Sheehy’s company,
Company I>, are lieutenants Dwight
Wilson and Larue Blackaby and ser
geants Lyle McCroske.v, Clyde Mason,
Richard Avison, and Bill Steers, and
Corporals Harold Cake, William Hasel
tine, John Kennedy. Walter Sehade. and
Norman Philips. Lieutenant Blackaby
has made application and if this is gran
ted, advances will follow in this com
pany. It is expected that perhaps
other officers from this company will
also make application for the camp.
Captain Charles Comfort’s company
has as its lieutenants Arnold Koepkc
and Dow Wilson and as sergeants Har
old Grey, James Burgess, Stanley At
kinson; corporals, 11 ugh Thompson. Bill
Coleman, Morris Morgan, and Flint
Johns. Bill Coleman is applying for en
trance to the officer’s camp.
Major Eric AY. Allen tried out some
Sweek, It. M. Thompson, Richard
Thompson, W. M. Thompson, Clyde
Thurston, Joe Trowbridge, A. C. Yan
derwert, Earl Voorhies, Glen Walter,
Ed Ward, G. S. Ward, Forrest Wat
son, Ralph Walters, Charles Waugh,
Paul Weidenheitn, Karl Weigel. Joe
AVilliams, Dow Wilson, M. E. Wilson,
Howard Wines. Rollin Woodruff, Bert
AA'oods, Lawrence Woodwoth, Rex \am
ashita, Bruce Yergen, Embra Young.
This committee will report to Jack
Montague at 9 o’clock west of Yillard
of the men yesterday during drill hour,
giving chances for privates for twenty
minute periods to command the com
panies. “On the whole”, said Mr. Allen
yeseterday, “they did very well.”
Few Errors In Orders.
Occassionally the officers would order
their men to climb up the side of the
drill shed by saying squads right when
they meant squads left, but the men 1
under them took it very good-naturedly |
and merely grinned. The difficulties |
of drilling in the shed in the dust and \
in a much smaller space than the men j
are usually accustomed to, made their
work really commendable thought Ma
From all indications, formed promo- j
tions will be announced some time nest i
ORDNANCE INSTRUCTORS GO
j Corporal Moores and Privates Gunthers
and Jones Depart for Texas.
Corporal Ralph D. Moores and Pri
vates Lester C. Gunthers and Earl F.
Jones, instructors in the ordnance train
ing school, left Eugene Tuesday in com
pliance with War Department orders,
for Camp Bowie. Texas, for duty at the
ordnance depot at that station. Ralph
Moores and Earl Jones were members
of the second ordnance course here at
the University and Lester Gunthers at- ]'
tended the third course. Lieutenant j
C. C. Jeremiah and ordnance Sergeant |
Vernon B. Fairley will remain in Eu- j
gene for a few days, pending the com- !
pletion of important reports and some j
special work for the War department
at Washington, after which they will
receive further instructions from that
NEW COOKBOOK AT LIBRARY
Mrs. Mabel McClain Urges Public to Use
War Pamphlets Freely.
“What to Eat and IIow to Eat It”
is the title that the official receipt
book which has ben issued by the Il
linois State council of defense, and re
ceived. at the library. Also a pamph.
let appealing to the people of Oregon
to use more potatoes and less wheat,
issued by Cornelia Marvin, state librar
ian, has been received by the library.
The war pamphlets, Mrs. Mabel Mc
Clain, circulation librarian, wants the
people to understand, may be borrowed
from the library just the same as the
books. There seems to be some mis
understanding about it, she said, and the
pamphlets haven’t been used as much as
their worth merits.
Don't You Ever Get Hungry?
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JUNIOR WEEK-END is here and more Groceries and
Supplies will be needed than before.
We have our own delivery system and the best of
service is assured.
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WHEN IN NEED OF GROCERIES
And we will see that your order is filled promptly with
Fresh, Clean Groceries.
WEISS GROCERY COMPANY
Rex Floral Co.
A!! Flowers in Season.
Corsage Bouquets a Specialty.
REX THEATRE BUILDING. Phone 962.
U. of O. SENIOR PLAY
The ARRIVAL of KITTY
EUGENE THEATRE A y JQ Prices: $1.00
75c and 50c
NOTE The Senior Play is t he only Friday evening attraction of Junior Week-End. Curtain at 8:30 sharp.